Grande Meadows Golf Club, located on the Burin Peninsula, is the most southerly course in Newfoundland & Labrador. The completion of this project culminates years of hard work and dedication by local volunteers and is fitting testimony to their endeavour. Learn more about where we are.
Robert Heaslip, a golf course architect from Ontario, undertook the design and construction supervision. The course was officially opened in the spring of 1995 and has since matured beyond everyone’s expectations. The greens have already been rated by “Golf Talk” among the best in the province. Warm breezes from Fortune Bay are proving to be the ideal environment for a golf course development.
Our course is built on a peninsula of level land with the Great Garnish Barsway bordering five holes around the perimeter and ponds and marshland come into play on at least two more holes. The course requires deliberation on every shot and accuracy off the tee is more important than distance. To speed play, all hazards, ponds or marsh areas are considered lateral hazards. The bentgrass greens are very large, fast and surrounded with strategically-placed sand traps and contoured mounds. The lush tee boxes are wide and long, providing numerous tee placements. We are very proud to say that the course is always kept in first class condition by our excellent staff.